Designing a Sensibility for Sustainable Clothing (S4S) is an AHRC-funded research project co-hosted by the University of Exeter's Environment and Sustainability Institute and Wolverhampton University's Fashion School exploring the impact engaged learning can have on consumer behaviour patterns. Over the past 18 months, expert-lead workshops in making, mending and upcycling fabric and clothes have been delivered to volunteer participants in both Cornwall and the West Midlands. These workshops, combined with reflective interviews from local film-makers, personal diaries and wardrobe audits have generated a rich source of data and artefacts to be used for social science and design research which ultimately intends to inform and direct parliamentary policy with regards to the ethical and environmental implications of the clothing industry. Our carefully created Sensibility for Sustainable Clothing Exhibition, which is designed to: * Explain our research processes * Reveal the journeys of our participants, consultants and research team * Encourage viewers to think, feel and act more sustainably in relation to their own clothing choices. The exhibition interactively displays our participant-made artefacts. These showcase the wide-range of skills, knowledges and processes our project revealed to participants. The exhibition includes a tablet continuously playing our reflective films, which can be listened to through headphones. This allows viewers to immerse themselves in the S4S project.